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English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

Australian Curriculum links

Copyright © Macmillan Education Australia 2011

Published by Macmillan Education Australia. Unauthorised copying prohibited.


English Workbooks 1

4


Second editions

Anne Mitchell

For teacher support materials and an online version of these tables, go to
www.macmillan.com.au/secondary

and click on ‘Teacher support’, then ‘English’

Australian Curriculum links: Year 7

Language

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Language variation and change


Understand the way language
evolves to reflect a changing world,
particularly in response to the use of
new technology for presenting texts
and communicating

(ACELA1528)



Using newspapers


Using the internet


What’s your opinion?




pp. 57

8


pp. 58

60


Unit 8

Language for interaction


Understand how accents, styles of
speech and idioms express and
create personal and social identities

(ACELA1529)



Identity


Autobiographical writing




Unit 1


pp. 22

9

Understand how language is used to
evaluate
texts and how evaluations
about a text can be substantiated by
reference to the text and other
sources

(ACELA1782)


Book report


Forming a book club


Using the internet


Features of a good short story


pp. 64

5


pp. 65

7


pp. 58

60


p. 91




English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Text
structure and organisation


Understand and explain how the text
structures and language features of
texts become more complex in
informative and

persuasive texts and identify
underlying structures such as
taxonomies, cause and effect, and
extended metaphor
s

(ACELA1531)




Reading for information


What’s your opinion?



pp. 57

64


Unit 8

Understand that the coherence of

more complex texts relies on devices
that signal text structure and guide
readers, for example overviews,
initial and concluding
paragraphs
and topic sentences, indexes or site
maps or breadcrumb trails for online
texts

(ACELA1763)



Paragraphs and topic sentences


Paragraphing and editing


Reading skills


Book report



p
p. 31

2


pp. 44

5


Unit 3


pp. 64

5


Understand the use of
punctuation to
support meaning in complex
sentences with phrases and
embedded clauses

(ACELA1532)



Run
-
on sentences


Strategies for reading aloud


Building sentences


Phrases, clauses and sentences




p. 34


pp. 51

4


pp. 150

2


pp. 159

60


Expressing
and developing ideas


Recognise and understand that
embedded clauses are a common
feature of sentence structures and
contribute additional information to a
sentence

(ACELA1534)




Strategies for reading aloud


Building sentences: phrases and
clauses




pp.

51

4


pp. 150

3



Understand how modality is
achieved through discriminating
choices in modal verbs, adverbs,
adjectives and nouns

(ACELA1536)


Adjectives and nouns


Names and nouns


Adverbs



pp. 2

12


pp. 16

20


pp. 29

31




English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Analyse how point of view

is generated in visual texts
by means of choices, for
example gaze, angle and
social distance

(ACELA1764)


Analysing a web page

p. 60

Investigate vocabulary
typical of extended and
more academic texts and
the role of abstract nouns,
classification,
description

and generalisation in
building specialised
knowledge through
language

(ACELA1537)


There are vocabulary
exercises at the end of
each unit


All units

Understand how to use
spelling rules and word
origins, for example Greek
and Latin

roots, base

words, suffixes, prefixes,
spelling patterns and
generalisations to learn
new words and how to
spell them

(ACELA1539)




Spelling


Decoding words



p. 35



p. 54


Literature

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Literature and context


Identify and
explore ideas and
viewpoints about events, issues and
characters represented in texts
drawn from different

historical, social
and cultural contexts

(ACELT1619)



Autobiographical writing: extract
from
Sally’s Story

by Sally Morgan


Journey to Goanna Gorge: extract
from
The Girl with No Name

by Pat
Lowe


Extract from
Boy Overboard

by
Morris Gleitzman


All units contain extracts from
literary texts, with a focus on
contemporary Australian texts




pp. 22

7



pp. 48

50




p. 56



All
units



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d edition

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Responding to literature


Reflect on ideas and opinions about
characters, settings and events in
literary texts, identifying areas of
agreement and difference with others
and justifying a point of view

(ACELT1620)



Book report


Short stories:
Com
et Vomit

by Dyan
Blacklock


Extract from
Walk Twenty, Run
Twenty

by Garry Disher


Extract from
Walking Home with
Marie
-
Claire

by Kirsty Murray




pp. 64

5


pp. 77

82



pp. 121

2



pp. 146

50

Compare the ways that language and
images are used to create
character,
and to influence emotions and
opinions in different

types of texts

(ACELT1621)



Personal, reflective writing


Short stories:
Comet Vomit

by Dyan
Blacklock


Extract from
Walk Twenty, Run
Twenty

by Garry Disher


Extract from
Walking Home with
Marie
-
Claire

by Kirsty Murray



Unit 2


pp. 77

82



pp. 121

2



pp. 146

50

Discuss aspects of texts, for example
their aesthetic and social value, using
relevant and appropriate
metalanguage

(ACELT1803)


Personal, reflective writing


Fictional narratives



Unit 2


Unit 4


Examining literature


Recognise and analyse the ways that
characterisation, events and settings
are combined in narratives, and
discuss the

purposes and appeal of
different

approaches

(ACELT1622)




Fictional narratives



Unit 4


Understand, interpret and discuss
how language is compressed to
produce a dramatic effect in film or
drama, and to create layers of
meaning in poetry, for example
haiku, tankas, couplets, free verse

and verse novels

(ACELT1623)


Features of a play


Explori
ng poetry

pp. 106

8


Unit 6



English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Creating literature


Create literary texts that adapt
stylistic features encountered in other
texts, for example, narrative
viewpoint, structure of stanzas,
contrast and juxtaposition

(ACELT1625)




All units provide
opportunities for
students to create their own literary
texts




All units

Experiment with text structures and
language features and their effects in
creating literary texts, for example,
using rhythm, sound effects,
monologue, layout, navigation and
colo
ur

(ACELT1805)


All units provide opportunities for
students to create their own literary
texts


All units


Literacy

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Texts in context


Analyse and explain the effect of

technological innovations on texts,

particularly
media texts

(ACELY1765)




Reading for information


Cyberbullying



pp. 56

60


pp. 170

1



Interacting with others


Identify and discuss main ideas,
concepts and points of view in spoken
texts to evaluate qualities, for example
the strength of an
argument or the
lyrical power of a

poetic rendition

(ACELY1719)





All units provide opportunities for
students to interact with others
through discussion, role
-
play,
debating, pair and group
activities, and sharing of work


Questions for discussion


Disc
ussion


Group problem
-
solving activity


Formal debates





All units






pp. 102

5


pp. 142

4


pp. 153

5


pp. 172

3



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Use interaction skills when discussing
and presenting ideas and information,
selecting

body language, voice
qualities and other
elements, (for
example music and sound) to add
interest and meaning

(ACELY1804)


All units provide opportunities for
students to interact with others
through discussion, role
-
play,
debating, pair and group
activities, and sharing of work


Questions for dis
cussion


Discussion


Group problem
-
solving activity


Formal debates


All units





pp. 102

5


pp. 142

4


pp. 153

5


pp. 172

3

Plan, rehearse and deliver
presentations, selecting and
sequencing appropriate

content and
multimodal elements to promote a point

of view or enable a new way of seeing

(ACELY1720)


Formal debates



pp. 172

3


Interpreting, analysing, evaluating


Analyse and explain the ways text
structures and language features
shape meaning and vary according to
audience and purpose

(ACELY1721)




Personal, reflective writing


Reading for information


Fictional narratives





Unit 2


pp. 57

62


Unit 4

Use prior knowledge and text
processing strategies to interpret a
range of types of texts

(ACELY1722)


Personal, reflective writing


Fictional
narratives


Unit 2


Unit 4

Use comprehension strategies to
interpret, analyse and synthesise ideas
and information, critiquing ideas and
issues from a variety of textual sources

(ACELY1723)


Four levels of reading
comprehension


Fictional narratives


pp.
48

50



Unit 4

Compare the text structures and
language features of multimodal texts,
explaining how they combine to
influence audiences

(ACELY1724)


Using newspapers


Using the internet


pp. 57

8


pp. 58

60



English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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C
reating texts


Plan, draft and publish
imaginative,
informative and persuasive texts,
selecting

aspects of subject matter and
particular language, visual, and audio
features to convey information and
ideas

(ACELY1725)




Personal, reflective writing


Fictional narratives


Letter to the editor


Opinion piece: letter to the
Principal


There are writing tasks in all
workbook units and in the
assessment tasks



Unit 2


Unit 4


pp. 168

9


pp. 170

1



All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)


Edit for meaning by removing
repetition,
refining ideas, reordering
sentences and

adding or substituting
words for impact

(ACELY1726)


Editing


More hints for editing

pp. 32

6


p. 38

Consolidate a personal handwriting
style that is legible, fluent and
automatic and

supports writing for extended
periods

(ACELY1727)


Handwriting

pp. 35

7

Use a range of software, including
word processing programs, to
confidently create, edit and publish
written and multimodal

t
exts

(ACELY1728)

All writing tasks in workbook units
and assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students to
create both written and
multimodal texts


All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)




English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Copyright © Macmillan Education Australia 2011

Published by Macmillan Education Australia. Unauthorised copying prohibited.

Australian Curriculum links: Year 8

Language

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Language variation and change


Understand
the influence and
impact that the English language
has had on other languages or
dialects and how English has

been influenced in return

(ACELA1540)




Latin prefixes


Word origins


See English Workbook 3 Unit 2
‘Communication’ for information
about the his
tory of the English
language




pp. 106

7


pp. 163

4



Language for interaction


Understand how conventions of
speech adopted by communities
influence the identities of people
in those communities

(ACELA1541)




Panel discussion and role
-
play



p. 96



Understand how rhetorical
devices are used to persuade and
how different layers of meaning
are developed through the use of

metaphor, irony and parody

(ACELA1542)


Panel discussion and role
-
play


Advertising


p. 96


Unit 6

Text structure and organisation


Analyse how the text structures
and language features of
persuasive texts, including media
texts, vary according to the
medium and mode of
communication

(ACELA1543)




Newspaper articles on sport and
aggressive spectators


Examining headlines


Pets in
the news


Letters to the editor


Advertising


Commercials about junk food




pp. 67

9



pp. 80

1


pp. 88


96


pp. 90

1


Unit 6


pp. 128

31



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4
secon
d edition

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Understand how cohesion in texts
is improved by strengthening the
internal structure of paragraphs
through the use

of examples,
quotations and substantiation of
claims

(ACELA1766)



A story’s structure


Writing a text response essay



pp. 27

30


pp. 54

7

Understand how coherence is
created in complex texts through
devices like lexical cohesion,
ellipsis, grammatical
theme and

text connectives

(ACELA1809)


Writing stories


Reading stories

Unit 2


Unit 3



Understand the use of punctuation

conventions, including colons,
semicolons, dashes and brackets
in formal and informal texts

(ACELA1544)


Apostrophes


See English
Workbook 3 for a
unit on punctuation

pp. 96

8



Expressing and developing ideas


Analyse and examine how
effective authors control and use a
variety of clause structures,
including embedded clauses

(ACELA1545)




Writing stories


Reading stories




Unit 2


Unit 3


Understand the effect of
nominalisation in the writing of
informative and persuasive

texts

(ACELA1546)

Newspaper articles on sport and
aggressive spectators


Examining headlines


Pets in the news


Letters to the editor


Advertising


Commercials
about junk food


pp. 67

9



pp. 80

1


pp. 88

96


pp. 90

1


Unit 6


pp. 128

30


Investigate how visual and
multimodal texts allude to or draw
on other texts or images to

enhance and layer meaning

(ACELA1548)

Advertising


Film study

Unit 6


Unit 8

Recognise that vocabulary
choices contribute to the
specificity, abstraction and style of
texts

(ACELA1547)

Working with words


All units contain a vocabulary list
at the end and words for the list
are drawn from extracts within
the unit

Unit 8


All units

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d edition

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Understand how to apply learned

knowledge consistently in order to
spell accurately and to learn new
words including nominalisations

(ACELA1549)

Working with words


All units contain a vocabulary list
at the end and words for the list
are drawn from extr
acts within
the unit

Unit 8


All units



Literature

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Literature and context


Explore the ways that ideas and
viewpoints in literary texts drawn
from different historical, social and
cultural contexts may reflect or
challenge the values of individuals
and groups

(ACELT1626)





Reading stories



Unit 3


Explore the interconnectedness of
Country and Place, People, Identity
and Culture in texts including those
by Aboriginal and

Torres Strait
Islander authors

(ACELT1806)


Dreaming myth


Chinese creation myth


'The Man from Ironbark' by
Banjo Paterson


pp. 44

6


pp. 46

8


pp. 48

52

Responding to literature


Share, reflect on, clarify and
evaluate opinions and arguments
about aspects of literary texts

(ACELT1627)




Reading stories



Unit 3


Understand and explain how
combinations of words and images
in texts are used to represent
particular groups in society, and
how texts position readers in
relation to those groups

(ACELT1628)


Film study

Unit 7



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Recognise and explain differing
viewpoints about the world,
cultures, individual people and
concerns represented in texts

(ACELT1807)


Newspaper articles on sport
and aggressive spectators


Examining headlines


Pets in the news


Letters to the editor


Advertising


Commercials about junk food


Dreaming myth


Chinese creation myth


'The Man from Ironbark' by
Banjo Paterson


pp. 67

9



pp. 80

1


pp. 88

96


pp. 90

1


Unit 6


pp. 128

30


pp. 44

6


pp. 46

8


pp. 48

52

Examining literature


Recognise, explain

and analyse
the ways literary texts draw on
readers’ knowledge of other texts
and enable new understanding

and appreciation of aesthetic
qualities

(ACELT1629)



Reading stories



Unit 3


Identify and evaluate devices that
create tone, for example humour,

wordplay, innuendo and parody in
poetry, humorous prose, drama or
visual texts

(ACELT1630)


Poetry about animals


Film study

pp. 98

103


Unit 7

Interpret and analyse language
choices, including sentence
patterns, dialogue, imagery and
other language feat
ures, in short
stories, literary essays and plays

(ACELT1767)


Writing stories


Reading stories

Unit 2


Unit 3


Creating literature


Create literary texts that draw upon
text structures and language
features of other texts for particular
purposes and
effects

(ACELT1632)




Writing stories



Unit 2



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Experiment with particular
language features drawn from
different types of texts, including

combinations of language and
visual choices to create new texts

(ACELT1768)


Design a t
-
shirt


Homework activity
6.1: analyse
and design an advertisement


Storyboards


p. 69


pp. 133

4



pp. 149

50


Literacy

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Texts in context


Analyse and explain how language
has evolved over time and how
technology and the media have
influenced
language use and
forms of communication

(ACELY1729)



Examining headlines


Homework activity 4.1: game
addiction



pp. 80

1


pp. 83

4



Interacting with others


Interpret the stated and implied
meanings in spoken texts, and use
evidence to support or
challenge
different perspectives

(ACELY1730)




Advertising



Unit 6

Use interaction skills for identified
purposes, using voice and
language conventions to suit
different situations, selecting
vocabulary, modulating voice and
using elements such as music
,
images and sound for specific

effects

(ACELY1808)


Book chat


Informal debates


Panel discussion and role
-
play

p. 62


p. 70


p. 96

Plan, rehearse and deliver
presentations, selecting and
sequencing appropriate content,
including multimodal elements, to
reflect a diversity of viewpoints

(ACELY1731)

All units provide opportunities
for students to discuss ideas
and some assessment tasks
contain oral presentation
options

All units and some
assessment tasks (see
Macmillan website)



English Workbook 1

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secon
d edition

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Interpreting, analysing,
evaluating


Analyse and evaluate the ways
that text structures and language
features vary according to the
purpose of the text and the ways
that referenced sources add
authority to a text

(ACELY1732)





All units contain texts with
different structures
and
language features




All units

Apply increasing knowledge of
vocabulary, text structures and
language features to understand
the content of texts

(ACELY1733)

Working with words

All units

Unit 8

Use comprehension strategies to
interpret and evaluate t
exts by
reflecting on the validity of content
and the credibility of sources,
including finding evidence in the

text for the author’s point of view

(ACELY1734)


All units provide opportunities
for students to employ
comprehension strategies

All units

Explore and explain the ways
authors combine different modes
and media in creating texts, and
the impact of these choices on the
viewer/listener

(ACELY1735)


Advertising

Unit 6

Creating texts


Create imaginative, informative
and persuasive texts that rais
e
issues, report events and advance
opinions, using deliberate
language and textual choices,

and
including digital elements as
appropriate

(ACELY1736)



Writing stories


Write a letter to the editor


Design an advertisement



Unit 2


p. 91


p. 134


Experiment with text structures
and language features to refine
and clarify ideas to improve the
effectiveness of students’ own
texts

(ACELY1810)


Writing stories

Unit 2

Use a range of software, including
word processing programs, to
create, edit and publ
ish texts
imaginatively

(ACELY1738)

All units and assessment tasks
contain assessment pieces
which may be produced using
technology


All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)



English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Australian Curriculum links: Year 9

Language

Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Language variation and change


Understand that Standard
Australian English is a living
language within which the creation
and loss of words and the
evolution of usage is ongoing

(ACELA1550)





Communication





Unit 2

Language for
interaction


Understand that roles and
relationships are developed and
challenged through language and
interpersonal skills

(ACELA1551)




Communication


Learning in teams


Conversations



Unit 2


pp. 17

9


pp. 49

50

I
nvestigate how evaluation can be
expressed directly and indirectly
using devices, for example
allusion, evocative vocabulary and
metaphor

(ACELA1552)


Opinions and arguments


Video game review


Film reviews

Unit 4


pp. 102

4


pp. 134

7

Text structure and organisation


Understand that aut
hors innovate
with text structures and language
for specific purposes and effects

(ACELA1553)




All units contain text extracts,
which illustrate authorial
choices


Creating persuasive texts


Writing within a context



All units




pp. 104

10


Unit 6


Compare and contrast the use of
cohesive devices in texts, focusing
on how they serve to signpost
ideas, to make connections and to
build semantic associations
between ideas

(ACELA1770)



Point of view essay


Identifying contentions and
supporting
arguments


Creating persuasive texts


Planning paragraphs


pp. 19

23


pp. 83

5



pp. 104

10


pp. 110

12



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d edition

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Understand how punctuation is
used along with layout and font
variations in constructing texts for
different audiences and purposes

(ACELA1556)


Spelling and punctuation

Unit 7

Expressing and developing ideas


Explain how authors experiment
with the structures of sentences
and clauses to create particular
effects

(ACELA1557)





Analysing persuasive texts


Analysing language choices




pp. 99

104


pp. 115

18

Understand how certain abstract
nouns can be used to summarise
preceding or subsequent stretches
of text

(ACELA1559)


Analysing persuasive texts


Analysing language choices


pp. 99

104


pp. 115

18


Analyse and explain the use of
symbols,
icons and myth in still
and moving images and how these
augment meaning

(ACELA1560)


Film as text

Unit 5

Identify how vocabulary choices
contribute to specificity,
abstraction and stylistic
effectiveness

(ACELA1561)


Opinions and arguments


Video game
review


Film reviews


Analysing persuasive texts


Analysing language choices


Unit 2


pp. 17

19


pp. 49

50


pp. 99

104


pp. 115

18


Understand how spelling is used
creatively in texts for particular
effects, for example
characterisation and humour and
to
represent accents and styles of
speech

(ACELA1562)


Spelling and punctuation


All units contain a vocabulary
list at the end

Unit 7


All units




English Workbook 1

4
secon
d edition

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Literature

Content description

Topic

Unit

Literature and context


Interpret and compare how
representations
of people and
culture in literary texts are drawn
from different historical, social and
cultural contexts

(ACELT1633)



Focus on learning


Communication


Short stories


All units contain extracts from
literary texts, with a focus on
contemporary Australian

texts



Unit 1


Unit 2


Unit 3


All units

Responding to literature


Present an argument about a
literary text based on initial
impressions and subsequent
analysis of the whole text

(ACELT1771)



Most units contain activities that
invite students to
analyse and
evaluate literary texts


Analysing a short story, novel or
play


Analyse a film text



Most units




pp. 73

75



p. 136

Reflect on, discuss and explore
notions of literary value and how
and why such notions vary
according to context

(ACELT1634
)


Most units contain activities,
which invite students to analyse
and evaluate literary texts

Most units


Explore and reflect on personal
understanding of the world and
significant human experience
gained from interpreting various
representations of life

matters in
texts

(ACELT1635)

Writing within a context: the
need to belong



Unit 6



Examining literature


Analyse texts from familiar and
unfamiliar contexts, and discuss
and evaluate their content and the
appeal of an individual author’s
literary style

(ACELT1636)




Focus on learning


Communication


Short stories




Unit 1


Unit 2


Unit 3




English Workbook 1

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Investigate and experiment with
the use and effect of extended
metaphor, metonymy, allegory,
icons, myths and symbolism in
texts, for example poetry, short
films,

graphic novels, and plays on
similar themes

(ACELT1637)


Poetry by Heaney and Blake


The Canterbury Tales

by
Chaucer


Extract from
Romeo and Juliet

by Shakespeare


Poetry by Noonuccal


Film as text


Writing within a context: the
need to belong


pp. 14

16


p. 35



p
. 37



p. 154


Unit 5


Unit 6


Analyse text structures and
language features of literary texts,
and make relevant

comparisons with other texts

(ACELT1772)


Analysing a short story, novel or
play


pp. 73

5


Creating literature


Create literary
texts, including
hybrid texts, that innovate on
aspects of other texts, for example
by using parody, allusion and
appropriation

(ACELT1773)



Constructing a short story


Imaginative writing within a
context


All units provide opportunities
for students to
create their own
literary texts



p. 70


p. 157



All units



Experiment with the ways that
language features, image and
sound can be adapted in literary
texts, for example the effects of
stereotypical characters and
settings, the

playfulness of humour
and pun
and the use of hyperlink

(ACELT1638)


All units contain opportunities
for students to analyse and
experiment with language
features of texts

All units




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Content description

Topic

Unit

Texts in context


Analyse how the construction and
interpretation of texts, including
media texts, can be influenced by
cultural perspectives and other
texts

(ACELY1739)




Communication


Contemporary language


Opinions and arguments




Unit 2


pp. 39

45


Unit 4

Interacting with others


Listen to spoken
texts constructed
for different purposes, for example
to entertain and to persuade, and
analyse how language features of
these texts position listeners to
respond in particular ways

(ACELY1740)




Communication


Contemporary language


Modes of
communication


Oral communication


Opinions and arguments




Unit 2


pp. 39

45


p. 45


p. 48


Unit 4

Use interaction skills to present
and discuss an idea and to
influence and engage an audience
by selecting persuasive language,

varying voice tone, pitch,

and
pace, and using elements such as
music and sound effects

(ACELY1811)


Learning in teams


A modern play


Oral communication


Opinions and arguments

p. 17


p. 43


p. 48


Unit 4


Plan, rehearse and deliver
presentations, selecting and
sequencing
appropriate

content and multimodal elements
for aesthetic and playful purposes

(ACELY1741)


A modern play


Oral communication


p. 43


p. 48


Interpreting, analysing, evaluating


Interpret, analyse and evaluate
how different perspectives of
issue, event, s
ituation, individuals
or groups are constructed to serve
specific purposes in texts

(ACELY1742)



Short stories


Opinions and arguments


Film as text




Unit 3


Unit 4


Unit 5




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Apply an expanding vocabulary to
read increasingly complex texts
with
fluency and

comprehension

(ACELY1743)


Spelling and vocabulary


All units contain a vocabulary
list at the end


Unit 7


All units


Use comprehension strategies to
interpret and analyse texts,
comparing and evaluating
representations of an event, issue,
situation or character in different
texts

(ACELY1744)


All units contain exercises
designed to develop students’
comprehension skills

All units

Explore and explain the
combinations of language and
visual choices that authors

make
to present information, o
pinions
and perspectives in different texts

(ACELY1745)


Short stories


Opinions and arguments


Film as text


Unit 3


Unit 4


Unit 5

Creating texts


Create imaginative, informative
and persuasive texts that present a
point of view and advance or
illustrate arguments, including
texts that integrate visual, print
and/or audio features

(ACELY1746)



There are writing tasks in all
workbook units and in the
assessment tasks



All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)


Review and edit
students’ own and
others’ texts to improve clarity and
control over content, organisation,
paragraphing, sentence structure,
vocabulary and audio/visual
features

(ACELY1747)


All writing tasks in workbook
units and assessment tasks
provide opportunities fo
r
students to review and edit their
own and others’ texts


All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)


Use a range of software, including
word processing programs, flexibly
and imaginatively to publish texts

(ACELY1748)



All writing tasks in
workbook
units and assessment tasks
provide opportunities for
students to create both written
and multimodal texts


All units and assessment
tasks (see Macmillan
website)




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Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Language variation and change


Understand that Standard Australian
English in its spoken and written forms
has a history of evolution and change
and continues to evolve

(ACELA1563)



This unit contains extracts
from literary texts spanning
five centuries

from
Shakespeare to modern
times


Unit 6 focuses on the
language of Australian
poetry and song


All units contain a spelling
and vocabulary section




Unit 2






Unit 6



All units

Language for interaction


Understand how language use can
have inclusive

and exclusive social
effects, and can empower or
disempower people

(ACELA1564)




Stereotypes


Being different


Making decisions


Values and attitudes


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language choices


The power of words


Feature article:
language
features


Persuasive speeches


Tips for presenting the point
of view orally




p. 2


pp. 3

5


p. 6


pp. 6

11


Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 136

8



pp. 114

18


pp. 119

20



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of texts are influenced by

their value
systems, the context and the purpose
and mode of communication

(ACELA1565)


Values and attitudes


Two poems about beauty


Analysing literary texts


Film reviews


All units contain
opportunities for students to
evaluate a range of text
types,
and listen to the
opinions of others


pp. 6

11


Homework activity 1.2


Unit 2


p. 64


All units


Text structure and organisation


Compare the purposes, text structures
and language features of traditional
and contemporary texts in different
media

(ACELA1566)




Analysing literary texts


Personal and imaginative
writing


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Persuasive writing and
speaking: structural
features


Expository writing: body
paragraph structure


Feature article: language
features




Un
it 2


Unit 3



Unit 4



pp. 112

18




pp. 128

9



pp. 136

8

Understand how paragraphs and
images can be arranged for different
purposes, audiences, perspectives
and stylistic effects

(ACELA1567)


Creating suspense


Images: persuasive
features


Order of
paragraphs



Expository writing: body
paragraph structure


pp. 90

4


pp. 104

5



pp. 112

13



pp. 128

9


Understand conventions for citing
others, and how to reference these in
different ways

(ACELA1568)


Text response essays

pp. 65

9



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Expressing and
developing ideas


Analyse and evaluate the
effectiveness of a wide range of
clause and sentence structures as
authors design and craft texts

(ACELA1569)




Analysing an editorial


Analysing a letter to the
editor


Feature article: language
features




pp.
108

9


pp. 110

2



pp. 136

8

Understand how higher order
concepts are developed in complex
texts through language features
including nominalisation, apposition
and embedding of clauses

(ACELA1570)


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Writing within

a context:
visions of the future

Unit 4



pp. 140

51

Evaluate the impact on audiences of
different choices in the representation
of still and moving images

(ACELA1572)


Two stills from Rabbit
-
Proof Fence


Images: persuasive
features

pp. 58

62



pp.
104

5



Refine vocabulary choices to
discriminate between shades of
meaning, with deliberate

attention to the effect on audiences

(ACELA1571)


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Tools of persuasion


The power of words


Homework activity 5.2:
the
future and the
environment

Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 158

9

Understand how to use knowledge of
the spelling system to spell unusual
and technical words accurately, for
example those based on uncommon
Greek and Latin roots

(ACELA1573)


Vocabulary

test,
proofreading test, spelling
test, punctuation test
(answers provided)

pp. 13

20






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Responding to literature


Reflect on, extend, endorse or refute
others’ interpretations of and
responses to literature

(ACELT1640)



pp. 6

11


pp. 31
-
3



Unit 2


pp. 34

5


p. 63


p. 64


pp. 167

170


All units




Values and attitudes


Homework activity 1.2:

two poems about beauty


Analysing literary texts


Why are texts chosen?


Individual responses to texts


Film reviews


Analysing poetry


All units contain
opportunities for
students to evaluate a range of
text types, and listen to the
opinions of others


Analyse and explain how text
structures, language features and
visual features of texts and the context
in which texts are

experienced may influence audien
ce
response

(ACELT1641)

Unit 2


pp. 34

5


p. 63


pp. 35

3


p. 64


pp. 167

70


Analysing literary texts


Why are texts chosen?


Individual responses to texts


Features of a literary text


Film reviews


Analysing poetry


Evaluate the social, moral and
ethical
positions represented in texts

(ACELT1812)

pp. 6

11


pp. 54

62

Values and attitudes


The messages in texts


Examining literature


Identify, explain and discuss how
narrative viewpoint, structure,
characterisation and devices including
analogy and

satire shape different
interpretations and responses to a text

(ACELT1642)




Unit 2


pp. 87

94



Analysing literary texts


Imaginative writing

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Content description

Unit/page

Topic

Texts in context


Analyse and
evaluate how people,
cultures, places, events, objects and
concepts are represented in texts,
including media texts, through
language, stru
ctural and/or visual
choices

(ACELY1749)



p. 2


pp. 3

5


p. 6


pp. 6

11



Stereotypes


Being

different


Making decisions


Values and attitudes

Compare and evaluate how ‘voice’ as
a literary device can be used in a
range of different types of texts
such
as poetry to evoke particular
emotional responses

(ACELT1643)


Unit 6

Australian poetry and song

Analyse and evaluate text structures
and language features of literary texts
and make relevant thematic and
intertextual connections with other
texts

(AC
ELT1774)


Unit 5

This unit contains extracts from a
variety of texts which explore the
themes of ‘Violence in Society’
and ‘Visions of the Future’


Creating literature


Create literary texts that reflect an
emerging sense of personal style and
evaluate
the

effectiveness of these texts

(ACELT1814)




Unit 3


Unit 5



Personal and imaginative writing


Writing within a context

Create literary texts with a sustained
‘voice’, selecting and adapting
appropriate text structures, literary
devices, language,
auditory and visual
structures and features for a specific
purpose and intended audience

(ACELT1815)


Unit 3



Unit 5


pp. 152

3

Personal and imaginative writing


Writing within a context


Producing a magazine of context
writing

Create imaginative texts

that make
relevant thematic and intertextual
connections with other texts

(ACELT1644)


Unit 5


pp. 152

3



Writing within a context


Producing a magazine of context
writing

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Unit 4



pp. 162

3


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


The images in poetry and song

Interacting with others


Identify and explore the purposes and
effects of different text structures and
language features of spoken

texts,
and use this knowledge to create
purposeful texts that

inform, persuade
and engage

(ACELY1750)




p. 2


Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 136

8


pp. 114

18


pp. 119

20



pp. 126

38



Stereotypes


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language

choices


The power of words


Feature article
:

language features


Persuasive speeches


Tips for presenting the point of
view orally


Expository approaches to writing
within a context


Use organisation patterns, voice and
language conventions to present a
point of view on a subject, speaking
clearly, coherently and with effect,
using logic, imagery and rhetorical

devices to engage audiences

(ACELY1813)


pp. 116

20


pp. 119

20



All units

Persuasive speech


Tips for presenting the point of
view orally


All
units give students
opportunities to speak and listen
to each other


Plan, rehearse and deliver
presentations, selecting and
sequencing appropriate content and
multimodal elements to
influence a
course of action

(ACELY1751)


pp. 116

20


pp. 119

20


Persuasive speech


Tips for presenting the point of
view orally




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Interpreting, analysing, evaluating


Identify and analyse implicit or explicit
values, beliefs and assumptions in
texts and how these are influenced by
purposes and likely audiences

(ACELY
1752)




p. 6


pp. 6

11


pp. 54

62


Unit 4



pp. 100

103


pp. 103

104


pp. 136

8


pp. 114

18




Making decisions


Values and attitudes


The messages in texts


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language choices


The power of words


Feature article
:

language features


Persuasive speeches


Choose a reading technique and
reading path appropriate for the type
of text, to retrieve and connect ide
as
within and between texts

(ACELY1753)


All units



All units





All units

All units contain texts to be
read
and understood


All units provide opportunities for
students to employ
comprehension strategies


All units contain exercises
designed to develop vocabulary


Use comprehension strategies to
compare and contrast information
within and between texts, id
entifying
and analysing embedded
perspectives, and ev
aluating
supporting evidence

(ACELY1754)


pp.25
-
30




Unit 4



pp.

185
-
90




All units





All units

Homework activity 1.1:

f
our levels of comprehension

literal, interpretative (inferential),
critical
and creative


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Homework activity 6.1:

v
ocabulary and inferential
comprehension


All workbook units provide
opportunities for students to
employ comprehension strategies


All units contain exercises
designed to develo
p vocabulary




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Creating texts


Create sustained texts, including texts
that combine specific digital or media
content, for imaginative, informative,
or persuasive

purposes that reflect
upon ch
allenging and complex issues

(ACELY1756)




Units 1, 3, 4 and
5
and

assessment
tasks



.


Assessment tasks for each of
these units are available on the
Macmillan website


These units and assessment
tasks provide opportunities for
students to create sustained texts
for various audiences and
purposes, including texts t
hat
combine specific digital or media
content


Review, edit and refine students’ own
and others’ texts for control of content,
organisation, sentence structure,
vocabulary, and/or visual features to
achieve

particular purposes and effects

(ACELY1757)

All units and
assessment tasks
(see Macmillan
website)

All writing tasks in workbook units
and assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students to
review, edit and refine their own
and others’ texts


Use a range of software, including
word processing p
rograms,
confidently, flexibly

and imaginatively to create, edit and
publish texts, considering the
identified purpose and the
characteristics of the user

(ACELY1776)


All units and
assessment tasks
(see Macmillan
website)

All writing tasks in workbook uni
ts
and assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students to
create, edit and publish texts




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Topic

Unit/page

Language variation and change


Understand that Standard Australian
English
in its spoken and written forms
has a history of evolution and change
and continues to evolve

(ACELA1563)



This unit contains extracts
from literary texts spanning
five centuries from
Shakespeare to modern
times


Unit 6 focuses on the
language of Australi
an
poetry and song


All units contain a spelling
and vocabulary section




Unit 2






Unit 6




All units

Language for interaction


Understand how language use can
have inclusive and exclusive social
effects, and can empower or
disempower people

(ACELA1564)




Stereotypes


Being different


Making decisions


Values and attitudes


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language choices


The power of words


Feature article: language
features


Persuasive speeches


Tips for presenting the point
of
view orally




p. 2


pp. 3

5


p. 6


pp. 6

11


Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 136

8



pp. 114

18


pp. 119

20



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of texts are influenced by their value
systems, the context and the purpose
and mode of
communication

(ACELA1565)


Values and attitudes


Two poems about beauty


Analysing literary texts


Film reviews


All units contain
opportunities for students to
evaluate a range of text
types, and listen to the
opinions of others


pp. 6

11


Homework
activity 1.2


Unit 2


p. 64


All units


Text structure and organisation


Compare the purposes, text structures
and language features of traditional
and contemporary texts in different
media

(ACELA1566)





Analysing literary texts


Personal and
imaginative
writing


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Persuasive writing and
speaking: structural
features


Expository writing: body
paragraph structure


Feature article: language
features





Unit 2


Unit 3



Unit 4



pp. 112

18




pp. 128

9



pp.

136

8

Understand how paragraphs and
images can be arranged for different
purposes, audiences, perspectives
and stylistic effects

(ACELA1567)


Creating suspense


Images: persuasive
features


Order of paragraphs



Expository writing: body
paragraph
structure


pp. 90

4


pp. 104

5



pp. 112

13



pp. 128

9


Understand conventions for citing
others, and how to reference these in
different ways

(ACELA1568)


Text response essays

pp. 65

9



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Expressing and developing ideas


Analyse and evaluate the
effectiveness of a wide range of
clause and sentence structures as
authors design and craft texts

(ACELA1569)




Analysing an editorial


Analysing a letter to the
editor


Feature article: language
features




pp. 108

9


pp. 110

2



pp. 136

8

Understand
how higher order
concepts are developed in complex
texts through language features
including nominalisation, apposition
and embedding of clauses

(ACELA1570)


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Writing within a context:
visions of the future

Unit 4



pp. 140

51

Evaluate the impact on audiences of
different choices in the representation
of still and moving images

(ACELA1572)


Two stills from Rabbit
-
Proof Fence


Images: persuasive
features

pp. 58

62



pp. 104

5



Refine vocabulary choices to
discriminate between shades of
meaning, with deliberate

attention to the effect on audiences

(ACELA1571)


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Tools of persuasion


The power of words


Homework activity 5.2:
the future and the
environment

Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 158

9

Understand how to use knowledge of
the spelling system to spell unusual
and technical words accurately, for
example those based on uncommon
Greek and Latin roots

(ACELA1573)


Vocabulary test,
proofreading test, spelling
test, punctuation test
(answers provided)

pp. 13

20


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Responding to literature


Reflect on, extend, endorse or refute
others’ interpretations of and
responses to literature

(ACELT1640)



Values and attitudes


Homework activity 1.2:

two poems about beauty


Analysing literary texts


Why are texts chosen?


Individual responses to
texts


Film reviews


Analysing poetry


All units contain
opportunities for students
to evaluate a range of text
types, and listen to the
opinions of others




pp. 6

11


pp. 31
-
3



Unit 2


pp. 34

5


p. 63



p. 64


pp. 167

170


All units


Analyse and explain how text
structures, language features and
visual features of texts and the context
in which texts are

experienced may influence audience
response

(ACELT1641)

Analysing
literary texts


Why are texts chosen?


Individual responses to
texts


Features of a literary text


Film reviews


Analysing poetry


Unit 2


pp. 34

5


p. 63


pp. 35

3


p. 64


pp. 167

70


Evaluate the social, moral and ethical
positions represented in
texts

(ACELT1812)

Values and attitudes


The messages in texts


pp. 6

11


pp. 54

62

Examining literature


Identify, explain and discuss how
narrative viewpoint, structure,
characterisation and devices including
analogy and satire shape different
interpretations and responses to a text

(ACELT1642)




Analysing literary texts


Imaginative writing



Unit 2


pp. 87

94

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Compare and evaluate how ‘voice’ as
a literary device can be used in a
range of different types of texts such
as poetry to evoke
particular
emotional responses

(ACELT1643)


Australian poetry and
song

Unit 6

Analyse and evaluate text structures
and language features of literary texts
and make relevant thematic and
intertextual connections with other
texts

(ACELT1774)

This unit
contains extracts
from a variety of texts
which explore the themes
of ‘Violence in Society’
and ‘Visions of the Future’

Unit 5

C
reating literature


Create literary texts that reflect an
emerging sense of personal style and
evaluate the

effectiveness of
these
texts

(ACELT1814)




Personal and imaginative
writing


Writing within a context



Unit 3


Unit 5

Create literary texts with a sustained
‘voice’, selecting and adapting
appropriate text structures, literary
devices, language, auditory and visual
str
uctures and features for a specific
purpose and intended audience

(ACELT1815)


Personal and imaginative
writing


Writing within a context


Producing a magazine of
context writing

Unit 3



Unit 5


pp. 152

3

Create imaginative texts that make
relevant
thematic and intertextual
connections with other texts

(ACELT1644)


Writing within a context


Producing a magazine of
context writing

Unit 5


pp. 152

3



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Content description

Topic

Unit/page

Texts in context


Analyse and evaluate how people,

cultures, places, events, objects and
concepts are represented in texts,
including media texts, through
language, structural and/or visual
choices

(ACELY1749)



Stereotypes


Being different


Making decisions


Values and attitudes


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


The images in poetry and
song



p. 2


pp. 3

5


p. 6


pp. 6

11


Unit 4



pp. 162

3


Interacting with others


Identify and explore the purposes and
effects of different text structures and
language features of spoken texts,
and use
this knowledge to create
purposeful texts that inform, persuade
and engage

(ACELY1750)




Stereotypes


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language choices


The power of words


Feature article: language
features


Persuasive speeches


Tips for presenti
ng the
point of view orally


Expository approaches to
writing within a context




p. 2


Unit 4



pp. 100

3


pp. 103

4


pp. 136

8


pp. 114

18


pp. 119

20



pp. 126

38

Use organisation patterns, voice and
language conventions to present a
point of view
on a subject, speaking
clearly, coherently and with effect,
using logic, imagery and rhetorical
devices to engage audiences

(ACELY1813)


Persuasive speech


Tips for presenting the
point of view orally


All units give students
opportunities to speak
and
listen to each other


pp. 116

20


pp. 119

20



All units

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Plan, rehearse and deliver
presentations, selecting and
sequencing appropriate content and
multimodal elements to influence a
course of action

(ACELY1751)

Persuasive speech


Tips for presenting the

point of view orally


pp. 116

20


pp. 119

20


Interpreting, analysing, evaluating


Identify and analyse implicit or explicit
values, beliefs and assumptions in
texts and how these are influenced by
purposes and likely audiences

(ACELY1752)




Making
decisions


Values and attitudes


The messages in texts


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Language choices


The power of words


Feature article: language
features


Persuasive speeches




p. 6


pp. 6

11


pp. 54

62


Unit 4



pp. 100

103


pp. 103

104


pp. 136

8



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18


Choose a reading technique and
reading path appropriate for the type
of text, to retrieve and connect ideas
within and between texts

(ACELY1753)


All units contain texts to
be read and understood


All units provide
opportunities
for students
to employ comprehension
strategies


All units contain exercises
designed to develop
vocabulary


All units



All units





All units




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d edition

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Use comprehension strategies to
compare and contrast information
within and between texts, identifying
and
analysing embedded
perspectives, and evaluating
supporting evidence

(ACELY1754)


Homework activity 1.1:

four levels of
comprehension

literal,
interpretative (inferential),
critical and creative


Analysing and creating
persuasive texts


Homework activity 6.
1:

vocabulary and inferential
comprehension


All workbook units provide
opportunities for students
to employ comprehension
strategies


All units contain exercises
designed to develop
vocabulary


pp.25
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30






Unit 4



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185
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90




All units





All units

Creating texts


Create sustained texts, including texts
that combine specific digital or media
content, for imaginative, informative,
or persuasive purposes that reflect
upon challenging and complex issues

(ACELY1756)


.


Assessment tasks for
each of thes
e units are
available on the
Macmillan website


These units and
assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students
to create sustained texts
for various audiences and
purposes, including texts
that combine specific
digital or media content




Units 1, 3,
4 and 5 and
assessment tasks



Review, edit and refine students’ own
and others’ texts for control of content,
organisation, sentence structure,
vocabulary, and/or visual features to
achieve

particular purposes and effects

(ACELY1757)


All writing tasks
in
workbook units and
assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students
to review, edit and refine
their own and others’ texts


All units and assessment tasks
(see Macmillan website)

Use a range of software, including
word processing programs,
confident
ly, flexibly

and imaginatively to create, edit and
publish texts, considering the
identified purpose and the
characteristics of the user

(ACELY1776)


All writing tasks in
workbook units and
assessment tasks provide
opportunities for students
to create, edi
t and publish
texts

All units and assessment tasks
(see Macmillan website)

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secon
d edition

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